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    Default Poseidon Servicing

    Anyone know where I can get a Poseidon second stage serviced?



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    Forrest Clause

    though you can DIY pretty easily, manuals available on Frogkick and the Cyklons are super simple to service


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    Wayne in High Springs should be able to do it. He was in the Poseidon tek class at DEMA last oct. I don't think I have his # but know you can reach him through Wayne(at Amigos).


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    I have a lot of Poseidon refs that I would like to get serviced by someone that knows what they are doing. Please advise info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TONY CHANEY View Post
    I have a lot of Poseidon refs that I would like to get serviced by someone that knows what they are doing. Please advise info.
    Refs, or regs? How many, and what models?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TONY CHANEY View Post
    I have a lot of Poseidon refs that I would like to get serviced by someone that knows what they are doing. Please advise info.
    if your near ish by neighbor was less terrible of a dive buddy and would actually remember to contact you back combined with having enough time to do it, I would have....

    that said, Air Tech in Raleigh actually has guys that dive Poseidon's on the regular and their head technician is the one who teaches the service courses to end-users. If you want them serviced professionally, while not the cheapest, it doesn't get any better than that except maybe going back to Sweden....



 

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